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High Antioxidants Food you shouldn't sleep on

 

High Antioxidant Foods you shouldn’t sleep on

Antioxidant! Wonder why we can’t stop talking about this powerful substance especially when related to foods? Just a quick brush, antioxidant is a substance that prevents or protects cells from damage due to free radicals. By free radicals we mean unstable molecules that play a role in your risk to getting non-communicable diseases such as cancer, cardiovascular diseases, and stroke.

That being said, consuming foods high in antioxidants can improve your general health and may reduce your risks to diseases such as heart diseases and aging­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­-related disease. Here are common foods loaded with this powerful substance.

5 Common Foods rich in Antioxidants

Tomatoes

The brightly colored fruit is loaded with lycopene, a nutrient that belongs to a group of antioxidants known as carotenoids. While it’s best eaten raw to maximize the benefits, you can as well cook them as sauce.

Dark chocolate

This favorite treat remains the best thing to happen to its lovers due to its sweet taste. And now, the taste isn’t just the best thing about it, but the antioxidants. To truly enjoy the benefit, try getting your hands on chocolate with a high amount of cocoa. While at it, avoid getting high on it because it’s loaded with sugar and fat.

Liver

Animal liver is enriched in vitamin A, an antioxidant that support bone health and support your immune system. If you are pregnant, you might have to watch it because the vitamin is not safe for growing babies and it’s also high in cholesterol.

Sweet potatoes

Sweet potatoes are rich source of the antioxidant called beta-carotene that helps fight off disease. Overconsumption is likely because of its “deliciousness,” still, you should portion responsibility as the food is carb- densed and can swiftly raise your blood sugar levels. To enjoy all of its benefit, especially the power to fight free radicals, bake or cook with the skins.

Garlic

We all love this herb turned spice because of its numerous health properties, but don’t love the way it smells. Garlic contains allicin a strong antioxidant that has proven to improve certain conditions. Despite its amazing properties, avoid consuming too much to avoid leaving an impression such as breath and body odor.

 

 

 

 

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